Immigration Law Firm Serving New York City and Tri-State Area
The Drucker Law Firm has extensive experience representing clients who are eligible for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). TPS is granted to citizens of certain countries designated by the Department of Homeland Security as unsafe to return. TPS is often designated when a foreign country is involved in a civil war or other armed conflict, an environmental disaster such as an earthquake or hurricane, or an outbreak of a disease that has reached epidemic proportions.
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The granting of TPS by USCIS will provide an applicant with protection from removal/deportation, and will allow a foreign national to apply for, and receive a work permit. The TPS designation is usually for an 18 month period, and can then be extended upon the approval of the Department of Homeland Security. The Drucker Law Firm will make sure you have all of the documentation needed to prepare the I-821, Application for TPS, as well as the I-765, Application for Employment Authorization.
Countries currently eligible for TPS include:
- El Salvador
- South Sudan
- Burma (Myanmar)
When you need an experienced and dedicated lawyer to help you with your TPS application, you can trust the Drucker Law Firm. Schedule a consultation today or call our office.